You can make a few small changes with your diet to help reduce inflammation levels in your body and aid treatment.
For example; foods high in sugar and saturated fat can spur inflammation.
As the Care1 team said before, there are also a large number of anti-inflammatory foods that help decrease inflammation in the body, I’ll be sharing some of these with you over the next few days.
Please note: This is not intended to replace treatment or medication for your condition, simply to help your body cope alongside your chosen treatment. There will still be an underlying cause for your high inflammation levels and you need to address this where you can.
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- Brazil nuts
- Cashew nuts
Nuts are another source of “healthy fats” which help fight inflammation. Almonds are particularly good, they are rich in fiber, calcium, and vitamin E, and then walnuts, which have high amounts of alpha-linolenic acid, a type of omega-3 fat. All nuts, though, are packed with antioxidants, which can help your body fight off and repair the damage caused by inflammation. Nuts (along with fish, leafy greens, and whole grains) are a big part of the Mediterranean diet, which has been shown to reduce inflammation in as little as six weeks.